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Primordial follicles with an oocyte surrounded by one layer of flattened or flattened cuboidal granulosa cells (Figure 3.
Nine additional cases of testicular, sex cord-stromal tumors were evaluated for comparison, including 1 juvenile granulosa cell tumor, 5 Leydig cell tumors, and 3 Sertoli-Leydig cell tumors.
Three-month-old boy with juvenile granulosa cell tumor of testis and ossifying renal tumor of infancy.
4], progesterone; PKA, protein kinase A; PI3K, phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase; MAPK, mitogen-activated protein kinase; LGC, luteal granulosa cell Table II.
Effect of Myomin on the Expression of Aromatase in Ovarian Granulosa Cells
Management of granulosa cell tumors (including the juvenile subtype) begins with surgery for definitive tissue diagnosis, staging, and debulking.
The researchers said that 401 embryos formed from the nuclei of adult pig granulosa cells (cells lining the ovarian follicle) were transferred to seven surrogates, 2 of which became pregnant.
It is surrounded by violet granulosa cells which nourish the egg as it develops.
IGFBP-1, synonymous with placental protein-12 [10] and the pregnancy-associated endometrial al-globulin [11], is a 25-kDa protein expressed and secreted by hepatocytes, ovarian granulosa cells, and decidualized endometrium [12-16].
Connexin 37 seems to link the developing eggs, or oocytes, and the surrounding cells, called granulosa cells.
FSH stimulates the granulosa cells of the ovarian follicle (Fig 7a); these cells comprise the single layer of cells that surround an ovum.
The granulosa cells have proteins present on their surface called FSH receptors (or FSHR) and it is these proteins that stick to the FSH and then carry signals into the cell's interior.
Ultrastructrual examination of corpus luteum revealed smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER), rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), and mitochondrial elevations of granulosa cells (9).